THE WHITE HOUSE
June 11, 1956
Dear Jessie and Dan,
Thank you for your telegram of prayers and good
wishes for Ike's speedy recovery and for your prompt
telephone message which was relayed to us via Mr.
Tuttle. It is heartwarming to know that you and your
dear mother are thinking of us at this difficult time
and I know that you are rejoicing with us that the
doctors' reports on Ike's condition are so satisfactory.
John and Milton were with us at the hospital for
several days. They are such wonderful morafeboosters
for both of us and you can just imagine how comforting
it was to have them so close. Mother remains at the
farm in Gettysburg where I envy her. I do not know
her plans as yet for returning to Denver, but I am sure
she is getting anxious to be back in her own little house.
You are dear friends, and I am grateful for your
thought. Please extend my warm regard to Mrs.
Willock, if she is still with you.
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